ProPath, one of the largest completely physician owned pathology practices in the country, seeks an exceptional Clinical Lab Tech to join our thriving practice. We pride ourselves on our extremely friendly and family oriented work environment. Our employees are patient focused, accountable and help to create an atmosphere of teamwork. ProPath is a nationally recognized practice founded in 1966 and has nearly 50 physicians and PhD's on the team.
Days: Monday - Friday
Hours: 2:00 PM - 10:30 PM
Our Clinical Lab Tech perform clinical laboratory testing in a manner that promotes accurate, timely results.
Below are general descriptions of the work performed by this position. This is not an exhaustive list.
- Follow established procedures for all activities during the pre-analytical, analytical and post-analytical phases of patient testing.
- Perform LIS functions necessary to complete patient testing and specimen processing. This includes ordering tests, ensuring accuracy of clinical data and releasing results to clients.
- Follow established procedures to perform patient testing. Analyze and interpret test results.
- Operate equipment, and perform and document routine maintenance.
- Follow established quality control procedures for all tests. Identify unacceptable results and initiate the appropriate corrective action.
- Accurately document patient test results, related patient information, QC activities, and corrective actions.
- Promptly report problems that can negatively impact patient testing.
- Participate in proficiency testing events.
- Maintain a clean, organized and safe work area.
Bachelor degree in Medical Technology or a life science or chemistry, and/or certification as MT, MLS, MLT (ASCP) or equivalent.
One to three years as a technologist in a clinical lab preferred.
ProPath offers employees a full benefits package that includes: medical, dental, a matched 401K plan and much more!
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